CW News at 9 celebrates milestone

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) -- This week marks a milestone for the Madison CW, as it celebrates the first anniversary of its newscast-- CW News at 9.

The Madison CW is WMTV's sister station and offers a half-hour long newscast at 9:00 p.m.

Meghan Reistad recently launched a series that puts information IN FOCUS by featuring important stories that inspire and inform. This new series aims to go beyond the headlines and introduce viewers to people who have important stories to tell.

Like NBC15, CW News at 9 covers all of the area’s major and most talked about events, and your stories.

The CW News at 9 can be watched on the following channels:
• Over-the-air on Channel 15.2
• TDS Channel 57
• Spectrum HD, Channel 616 or SD Channel 2
• AT&T U Verse Channel 22
• Direct TV Channel 16
• Dish Network Channel 57

Check out the CW News at 9's Top Stories and programming information online at The Madison CW.

Follow the Madison CW on social media:

WMTV Madison CW


@wmtvmadisoncw


@wmtv_madisoncw


About the anchor
CW News at 9 is anchored by Meghan Reistad, a Minnesota native and UW-Eau Claire graduate. Reistad returned to Wisconsin after working as an anchor/reporter at KAAL-TV in Rochester, MN. She was recognized by the Associated Press in 2015 with a first place award in writing for television.

About The Madison CW
The Madison CW is a sister station to WMTV, which has served southern Wisconsin since 1953. WMTV added The CW to its second subchannel, 15.2, in Sept. 2016. Both stations are owned by Gray Television and share studios on Forward Drive in Madison, Wis.

About Gray Television, Inc.
Gray Television, Inc. (NYSE: GTN and GTN.A) owns and/or operates more than 100 television stations across 57 television markets that collectively broadcast more than 200 program streams including 104 channels affiliated with the CBS Network, the NBC Network, the ABC Network and the FOX Network. Its portfolio includes the number-one and/or number-two ranked television station operations in essentially all of its markets, which collectively cover approximately 10.6 percent of total United States television households.



 
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